The currency for a vRealize Automation (vCAC) deployment defaults to US Dollar. This can be changed by modifying the Currency Region Name setting. This setting can be found in the Infrastructure tab under Administration - Global Properties.
This package contains several examples that I use in Orchestrator training.
Import the package from the Packages-tab in the Orchestrator client.
There are several workflows in this package that demonstrate the functionality of vRealize Orchestrator. Their purpose is to educate, comments are always welcome.
In this article I explain how to execute a vRealize Orchestrator workflow by invoking a REST method from a REST client.
Sources used for this article are How to use the REST API to Start a Workflow from vCOteam.info and the Orchestrator REST API documentation that you can find on your own Orchestrator server at this url: https://yourvcoserverFQDN:8281/vco/api/docs/index.html
Original location: How to troubleshoot VMware vCloud Automation Center issues
This problem might occur with your vCenter Server Appliance. But it could also happen with other Linux-servers. It might happen when you move the virtual machine, clone it, restore it, recover it from replication or perform any other action where the MAC Address of the virtual machine changes. This is what you would see on the console of the virtual appliance: